Daily Archives: May 5, 2017
Dailyrotohelp.com brings you MLB DFS 5/6/17 breakdown! Let’s take a look at some plays we like in the form of Top and Value Pitching, Value bats, and some Top BVP plays to go along with some pitchers we think you should avoid today as well.
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Daily Matchups for 5/6/2017
Pitchers To Target:
Career vs Current Padres Roster
AVG: 0.148 [16 for 108], BABIP: 0.192, K%: 28.2, BB%: 3.4
FIP: 1.84 Strikeout: 33 Groundout: 25 Flyout: 12 Single:10 Pop Out: 7 Lineout: 5 Double: 5 Walk: 4 Field Error:3 Sac Bunt: 3 Bunt Pop Out: 3 Home Run: 1 Double Play: 1 Sac Fly: 1 Grounded Into DP: 1 Forceout: 1 Hit By Pitch: 1 Fielders Choice: 1
Lance McCullers Jr.
Career vs Current Angels Roster
AVG: 0.184 [14 for 76], BABIP: 0.231, K%: 25.0, BB%: 11.4
FIP: 3.79 Strikeout: 22 Groundout: 19 Walk:10 Single: 9 Flyout: 7 Forceout: 4 Pop Out: 4Lineout: 3 Double: 3 Grounded Into DP: 2 Hit By Pitch: 2 Home Run: 2 Fielders Choice Out:1
Career vs Current Blue Jays Roster
AVG: 0.189 [27 for 143], BABIP: 0.204, K%: 18.0, BB%: 8.1
FIP: 4.06 Groundout: 41 Strikeout: 29 Flyout:21 Walk: 12 Single: 12 Pop Out: 11 Lineout:10 Double: 9 Home Run: 4 Grounded Into DP:2 Triple: 2 Sac Bunt: 2 Field Error: 2 Hit By Pitch: 2 Intent Walk: 1 Sac Fly: 1
Career vs Current Indians Roster
AVG: 0.261 [36 for 138], BABIP: 0.278, K%: 13.1, BB%: 11.3
FIP: 5.08 Groundout: 26 Flyout: 23 Single: 22Strikeout: 21 Walk: 18 Lineout: 13 Double: 10Pop Out: 9 Grounded Into DP: 6 Home Run: 4Hit By Pitch: 2 Sac Fly: 2 Field Error: 1Fielders Choice: 1 Forceout: 1 Double Play: 1
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There are so many things that go on during the course of a 162-game season that it’s usually difficult to pinpoint one situation as the difference maker.
A turning point? Yea, that works, but saying one thing in particular was the reason behind a certain team living or not living up to expectations is hard. After all, baseball involves a ton of variables on any given night.
However, upon looking back on 2016, there’s a good chance the Detroit Tigers and Houston Astros wondered what could’ve been if they didn’t struggle so mightily against the Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers, respectively.
Up to this point in the season, though, the narrative has been flipped on its head.
Thursday saw some very good pitching performances by different types of prospects. Kolby Allard and Michael Kopech went head-to-head in Double-A while pitchers Scott Blewett and Anthony Banda both had impressive games in different levels.
6 innings pitched-3 hits-0 Runs Allowed-11 strikeouts
Kolby Allard was dominant once again on Thursday night, lowering his season ERA in Double-A to 1.36. Allard keeps on showcasing his talent and it doesn’t matter what level it is, he has looked untouchable. Facing another top prospect in Michael Kopech, Allard brought his A game and it paid dividends. Allard would strike out 2 batters in each of the first 2 innings and would continue this dominance throughout the game. He did not get into much trouble the entire game, spreading out 3 singles through the 6 frames, only allowing 1 at most in an inning. Allard would leave the game after 6, but not after striking out 11 batters, tying his career high. Allard’s pitch count was 95 when he left the game.
Allard is one of the Brave’s top pitching prospects and made the jump directly from Low-A to Double-A this season and to Allard there doesn’t seem to be a difference between the levels. He is just as dominant this year as he was last year in Low-A. Allard keeps upping the ante and putting out better performance after better performance.
Keon Broxton went 4 for 5 with a homer and 2 RBI to help Milwaukee beat St. Louis, 5-4.
Max Scherzer dominated his former team, striking out 11 Diamondbacks over 7 innings, allowing 2 hits and 1 run to earn the 4-2 decision for Washington.
Seth Smith reached base 5 times, driving in 2, scoring twice and stealing a base to lead the Orioles past the Red Sox, 8-3.
Matt Andriese threw 7 shutout innings, striking out 8 Marlins to get the 5-1 win for Tampa Bay.
They all owned baseball on May 4, 2017
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